The ears of women and men have been decorated with jewelry for thousands of years, usually by piercing or tearing or stretching the earlobe. Up until recent years, torn earlobes, though a common problem, have been vastly overlooked and underappreciated in the world of cosmetic surgery. With Dr. Brenner’s torn earlobe repair, patients can once again enjoy the comfort and beauty of an impeccable ear.
Overview of torn earlobe repair
An earlobe can become torn or stretched from heavy jewelry, an accidental laceration or a number of other reasons. Sometimes an earring can get tugged through the earlobe, thereby tearing it. Maybe one decided to get a higher gauge hole and would like to return the earlobe to its original form.
Simply put, torn earlobe repair becomes necessary when the torn earlobe causes discomfort, pain or is simply a blemish that one wants to repair.
Recovery from torn earlobe repair
When one receives the torn earlobe repair procedure in our Beverly Hills office, it is recommended that one clears his or her schedule for one day following the procedure. Patients generally report mild pain after torn earlobe repair, and painkillers might be necessary to alleviate any discomfort. It is recommended to keep the area dry for 24 - 36 hours after the surgery, and one may be asked to avoid swimming pools for up to a week after the procedure. Depending on how your torn earlobe repair heals, one may be recommended not to pierce the earlobe for up to 6 - 8 months.
During each stage of your recovery after receiving torn earlobe repair in Beverly Hills, our office is here for you. If you have any questions or concerns that arise, we will help resolve them as rapidly as possible. Just give our office a call, and we’ll help with anything you need.
Schedule a Consultation
If you are interested in among the most proficient torn earlobe repair Beverly Hills and Los Angeles have available, it may be time to schedule an appointment with Dr. Brenner for an initial consultation.
During this time, you will be able to establish what you want out of the procedure, how you would like your earlobe to look, whether or not you would like to keep it pierced and to let him know any concerns you may have. Please call our office today to schedule your appointment for torn earlobe repair in Los Angeles.